Provision Of Remissions For Criminal Acts Of Terrorism

Murningsih Hariyati


Terrorism is an act that creates an atmosphere of terror, widespread fear, or causes mass casualties, by depriving freedom or loss of life and property of others, causing damage or destruction to vital and strategic objects, or the environment. , or public facilities, or international facilities.
Every prisoner regardless of his crime has the right to receive remission, because remission is a basic right for every prisoner without exception, and also becomes one of the efforts in realizing the goals of the correctional system, namely fostering prisoners in Correctional Institutions, as regulated in Law No. 12 of 1995 concerning Corrections. .
Because the crime of terrorism is classified as an extraordinary crime, so that the granting of remission is not equated with a general crime. In this case, there are special conditions that must be met to be able to get remission, namely in addition to good behavior, one must also be a justice collaborator. This has been regulated in the Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 99 of 2012 concerning the Second Amendment to the Regulation of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia Number 32 of 1999 concerning the Terms and Procedures for the Implementation of the Rights of Correctional Inmates. These provisions are contained in article 34 A.


Remission, Prisoners, Crime of Terrorism.

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